Waze is expanding its carpool service to cover the entire state of California, after successful trials in San Francisco, Sacramento, Monterey, and across Israel. The app identifies suitable commuters that live in between the driver’s home and work locations. The rider pays their share of the gas money in exchange for the ride, which currently costs less than the price of an Uber or Lyft. The service is currently limited to one driver and one passenger, meaning professional drivers cannot make an income on the app. California is the first of a few planned expansions by Waze, the next being...Read More
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